The candles got a makeover! These are smaller in size, lighter in weight, and contained in beautiful brushed metal tins. The tins have little bump feet on the bottom to help protect surfaces from heat. The metal lids are convenient for extinguishing flame and for travel or storage. Unlike glass there are no worries about breakage and when the candle is finished the tin can be reused. I've burned these for multiple hours a day for several successive days. There are a lot of factors to how long a candle lasts, such as ambient atmosphere and frequency of wick trimming, but these have very good longevity for their size and fill an average sized room with lovely fragrance without being cloying or overwhelming.
Pretty pink and purple flowers gathered from the garden: lilac, peony, wisteria and sweet pea.
Bright California lemons and two varieties of sweet elderflower.
Wild Cascadian huckleberries, buttercream frosting, clove spiced cake and wisps of incense all grounded in a base of our Haus Amber.
The classic lime and mint cocktail served over cubes of juicy honeydew melon.
Tiers upon tiers of delicate French macarons in four flavors: pistachio, peach, raspberry and vanilla.
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Sweet strawberries and tart rhubarb baked into a buttery crust.
Fuzzy mimosa flowers and a fizzy orange and champagne cocktail.
Tonka Bean Tea Cakes
Fluffy little cakes flecked with lightly sweet tonka bean and coated in a delicate sugar glaze.